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Topic: Brands used in Casino Royale shown in Harrods

An interesting article mentions the following brands that will be used in Casino Royale:

"Aston Martin, Omega, La Perla lingerie, Sony, Bollinger, John Lobb shoes and Persol sunglasses, which all feature in the new movie."

If you're in London you can see a James Bond-inspired Christmas window campaign at Harrods, featuring product placement and paraphernalia from the film.

This is the article:

http://www.brandrepublic.com/bulletins/ … promotion/

Does anyone know what type of John Lobb shoes Bond will be wearing? It looks like a pretty appropriate brand for Bond: super exclusive.

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Re: Brands used in Casino Royale shown in Harrods

John Lobb shoes are fantastic, bespoke and far more exclusive than the Brozza era Church's, which are nice shoes, but are not in the same league as Lobbs.  I think this change is great, Connery and Lazenby both wore Lobbs shoes.

They are a little costly though, at over £2k a pair.

Last edited by Asp9mm (26th Oct 2006 22:30)

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Re: Brands used in Casino Royale shown in Harrods

Right. Only... a little... costly. ajb007/amazed

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Re: Brands used in Casino Royale shown in Harrods

Asp9mm wrote:

John Lobb shoes are fantastic, bespoke and far more exclusive than the Brozza era Church's, which are nice shoes, but are not in the same league as Lobbs.  I think this change is great, Connery and Lazenby both wore Lobbs shoes.

They are a little costly though, at over £2k a pair.

Yes, but our buddy Indy Magnoli makes bespoke shoes now for a whole lot less than Lobb.  You can match the look without incurring the cost.

DG

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